asked Nov 25 '15 at 01:10 by jamesmcseattle (87)

Ok, now that I've got my apology out of the way.

I'd like to know how to fade out my master track at the end of a song. I can figure out how to change volume in individual tracks, but I'd like to do it to the master volume. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'm just still so very green to music production, that I really haven't a clue what I'm doing yet, but am willing to learn.

I did search these forums, but when I put in the search term of "fade" there are just too many hits.

Welcome James,

volume fading is a particular case of volume automation. In Bitwig Studio, you may draw a curve from 0db to -infinite; this curve will "guide" the volume. You can also record your mouse gesture on the master volume.

Find more info by reading the Bitwig's User guide, chapter 8, "Automation", in the Help menu.


answered Nov 25 '15 at 09:27 by pakunoda (966)

edited Nov 25 '15 at 09:30

Thanks! This helped greatly, and resolved my problem.

  — (Nov 26 '15 at 07:56) jamesmcseattle

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answered Dec 12 '18 at 14:03 by voidex (113)

Another newbie here.

Guys, Is there a way to see the automation lane in a master track? I'm recording the mouse gesture on the master volume, but I'm unable to see the automation lane for editing.


answered Dec 11 '18 at 22:57 by Ollerbytes (11)

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